After a short period of time Wilhelm Dziambor, Christian Lausen and later Claus Johannes Voss took over the business and thus laid the foundation for the future internationally successful company Montblanc. Their first model was the "Rouge et Noir" in 1909 followed in 1910 by the pen that was later to give the company its new name: "Montblanc". The name Meisterstück ("Masterpiece" for export) was used for the first time in 1924, for the top lines of fountain pens. The number "4810, " the mountain's height in meters, is also a commonly recurring theme. Colour: brushed steel cap with matt black barrel.
Size capped: approximately 5.2. Estimated time of production: 1970s. Optical condition: shows some traces of wear. Technical condition: the cartridge-filling mechanism is in working order. Comes in box and with a Montblanc "Permanent Black" ink sample.Also included: an unbranded, new old stock converter and a Montblanc ink cartridge. Please enlarge all of the photos and make up your own mind of the overall condition. Please keep in mind that this is an estimate. Pictures are part of the description of the items, please view them carefully and make up your own mind of the overall condition. We attempt to describe our items accurately and to the best of our knowledge. However, these are vintage items and sometimes things can be missed. Thank you most kindly for your interest and please feel free to browse our store at your leisure or check out our auctions for more unusual vintage fountain pens and other collectible writing instruments.
The item "Vintage Montblanc Caressa Fountain Pen-Matt Black/ Brushed Steel-Germany 1970s" is in sale since Saturday, September 14, 2019. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Pens & Writing Instruments\Pens\Fountain Pens\Montblanc".
The seller is "yesteryears-fountain-pens" and is located in Germany. This item can be shipped worldwide.